I think that the relationship matter has to itself in it’s various forms is what defines space and time. It’s all relative. I also feel that matter exists and interacts in forms that we have very little or no knowledge of.
In other words, galaxy A is in a universe expanding faster than light only when compared relatively to galaxies B, C, D, etc. In relation to itself, it is stationary.
So the expansion also does not necessarily involve any actual travelling by the matter in question. If the galaxies were indeed travelling greater than the speed of light, that would mean matter is travelling at greater than the speed of light, which we know to be impossible.
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